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The Red Zone

The Red Zone

Marissa Mason, Managing Editor

August 27, 2018


Filed under Life

The back-to-school season marks a new period in students’ lives, but it is also the beginning of the Red Zone – a six-week stretch where sexual assault is the most prevalent on college campuses. Sexual assault can happen anywhere, anytime to anyone. More than 50 percent of college sexual assaults...

USA students fundraise for Camp Kesem

USA students fundraise for Camp Kesem

Bria Johnson, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2016


Filed under News

The Camp Kesem chapter at the University of South Alabama hosted the  “Make the Magic” fundraising dinner Saturday, April 16 in the Student Center Ballroom. The fundraiser was in support of children whose parents are battling or have overcome cancer. As attendees entered the event, they were...

Over 500 students respond to parking survey

Tyler Brantley, Contributing Writer

September 14, 2015


Filed under News

A student survey conducted during April 2015 received responses from 554 students.  The university has long maintained that no further parking spaces will be built in the near future and that none are even needed.  The survey respondents do not agree. If the survey participants do in fact represe...

Nine engineering students receive Tau Beti Pi scholarships

Tori Brackett, Staff Reporter

August 31, 2015


Filed under Life

Nine students from South Alabama’s engineering program received scholarships from the prestigious engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi this year. The scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to students showing promise in contributing to the engineering profession in the future, as well as e...

Week of Welcome offers students friends, fun and a Solo Circus act

Caitlin Smith, Staff Reporter

August 17, 2015


Filed under Life

South Alabama’s Week of Welcome is designed to ease freshman students into the exciting campus life and the new school year. Finding your place in college can be overwhelming but WOW gets you out of your dorm and into campus life. It helps you get in touch with all of the organizations and groups on...

Turn your nerves into action, get involved!

Oliver Karcher, Contributing Writer

August 10, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The impending school year is very close and can be nerve wracking for South’s students. Most of this year’s first time freshmen may tell you that the first things that we’ll be focusing on are our grades, classes, assignments and homework. However, as important as it is to focus on school work,...

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